Travel Blogs from New Orleans
... small businesses, much like Cuba St or Ponsonby Rd. Further on, it is the edge of The Garden District, so becomes leafy with slightly wild gardens. On the back of The Garden District, is Charles Ave which has the beautiful old emmaculate mansion style homes. So from one block to the next, the scenery changes quite dramatically.
... But an armpit? No. More like a lint filled navel on a hot day.
Kings Cross comes to mind. Lots of bars selling bigger abd better drinks, nudie bars, people stumbling around drunk.
We did find a clean little club with live jazz which was great.
We have been directed to a stret that has good food and clubs that are how Bourbon St used to be
... try different foods that you may never have had a chance to
try before. The strangest stuff is listed on the Didya Ever menu and tonight’s
food was Escargot. I decided that I was going to go for it and basically, they
aren’t all that bad, IF you don’t actually see them. They came in a little bowl
covered in butter and garlic and I got 2 of them down. They don’t really have a
flavor, but ...
... for the
next few nights and just park in ...
... were giving us advice as to where to go to see it also saying it won't be too crowded so just go late so you don't have to stand in the cold. The parade started uptown at 6:30 PM but wasn't expected to get to Canal Street until 8 or later. We walked the 5 or 6 blocks to the parade area and we were surprised to see A LOT of people all lined up along the street waiting. We were also expecting rain so we were trying to find a spot ...